Lolita Lempicka is the pseudonym of Josiane Maryse Pividal, a French fashion designer. The pseudonym is meant to be an homage to the novelist Vladimir Nabokov and the Art Deco painter Tamara de Lempicka.
Here’s my take on the ad.
Elle walks through the woods, smiles, puts her fingers to her lips, points at the camera, takes her shoes off to walk through water, plays with her hair, climbs a tree, stands amidst a bunch of butterflies (wrangled), and then eats a blueberry.
BUT THEN—The drama starts.
She pretends to be a deer.
But then, she meets a real big buck deer.
This makes her have a sad.
So, she hugs the beautiful animal.
Then, the wind starts blowing, the end.
The moral of this affected twaddle?
Nature is precious. Buy our overpriced, unnatural smelly water.
Wait, I thought Dakota Fanning was Lolita?
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